The Bedford & Milton Keynes Waterway Trust was established in 1995 to promote the development of a broad waterway park, which will link the Grand Union Canal in Milton Keynes to the river Great Ouse in Bedford through a series of waterway parks. It will include pathways and green space designed to meet the needs of all who enjoy rambling, walking, cycling, fishing, horse riding and those who simply like to chill out next to the waterway park. We believe it should be an essential part of the infrastructure in the Oxford/Milton Keynes/Cambridge Corridor.
Following two successful public meetings held during the summer, Bedford and Milton Keynes Waterways Trust is inviting local residents to attend an open meeting on Wednesday 20 November 7-9pm at the Parks Trust HQ, to discuss the newest addition to Milton Keynes – a community trip boat to be based at Campbell Wharf. With aspirations … Continue reading “Milton Keynes Community Boat – Join the Crew on 20 November!”
Latest Newsletter now published in Microsoft SWAY, The SWAY version can be accessed from the following link Bedford Milton Keynes Waterway Park July 2019, Volume 17, No.2
Conference to discuss major development and economic growth opportunities surrounding the Oxford Cambridge ARC Bedford Milton Keynes Waterway Trust is taking part in the Oxford Cambridge Arc Conference on 20th June at the MK Dons Stadium, hosted by Built Environment Networking, will see some of the country’s biggest names in business, politics and government lead … Continue reading “Conference surrounding the Oxford Cambridge ARC opportunities”
The draft Business Plan presented at the 13th Annual General Meeting is available for downloading here
The historic boat LMS Sandbach made the journey up to the Head of Navigation at Kempston Mill over the May Bank Holiday. However, water levels in the river were very low and a little bit of help from Trust members and onlookers was needed to make sure she could turn and safely make … Continue reading “Historic Boat LMS Sandbach at Kempstom Mill”